Rabbi Anthony Manning teaches the following courses:
Mitzvot Bein Adam LeChavero
Two courses are available for download:
1) A course of classes on the interpersonal mitzvot, with student interaction Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
2) A course of lectures given at the OU Center in 2016, focusing on the legal and philosophical underpinnings of the interpersonal mitzvot.
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Contemporary Jewish Issues
A thorough analysis of some of the halachic, hashkafic and ethical issues that Jews face in the modern world. Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
By popular demand, I have separated out some contemporary halachic issues that are particularly relevant to women, although men are welcome to listen too! Click here for audio recordings and source sheets.
Halachic Change in the Modern World
How and when does Jewish law change and adapt and what is the hashkafic matrix which determines the parameters of acceptable and unacceptable halachic innovation?
(9 lectures) Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
The Historical Development of Torah
A 40-part Jewish history course featuring the lives and works of the main commentators who have shaped the development of Torah thought.
Mekorot HaTorah (60 parts)
A 60-part course that focuses on the origins of halacha and hashkafa and analyzes the sources in depth. In particular, it examines the halachic process from Moshe to today. Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
A detailed analysis of the origins and development of the halachic system, from Mount Sinai to the present day. This course charts the historical and philosophical evolution of the Oral Law in 20 sessions, with emphasis on its historical and geo-political context, and major meta-halachic and hashkafic themes. Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
The Oral Law
A short lecture series on the nature of halachic change and development over the centuries. Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
The Rambam’s 13 Ikarim
Lectures introducing some of the key themes of Judaism as set out by the Rambam (Maimonides) in his 13 Principles of Faith. Click here for audio recordings & source sheets
Controversial Issues from the 2nd Temple Period
This short course (3 lectures) examines key issues that were decided during the Second Temple Period and which still have resonance today. Click here for audio recordings & source sheets